Snoop Calls On Pals For Benefit Concert

Rapper SNOOP DOGG has recruited pals ICE CUBE and the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS to put on a special benefit concert for his youth American football team.

The stars will team up to perform in aid of the Snoop Youth Football League, which requires youngsters to maintain certain academic requirements to remain eligible, reports MTV News.

The concert, which will also include other, as-yet-unannounced artists, is set to take place on 25 August (05) at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles.

25/07/2005 09:17

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Tags: Snoop Dogg - Ice Cube - Red Hot Chili Peppers

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